What will the Netherlands look like in 90 years? Landscape architect and West 8 founder Adriaan Geuze hopes that the big challenges and crises will force us to reinvent our spatial planning tradition.
Cars have dominated the streetscape for so long that it's hard to imagine a future without them — but that's exactly what The Free Street Manifesto does. With images, comics, historical information and scientific insights, the book tries to convince readers of the importance of so-called 'free streets'.
Agriculture largely determines what the face of the Netherlands. About half of the total surface area of our country is agricultural land. Developments in agriculture determine the spatial future of the Netherlands. Petra Berkhout, researcher agricultural economics at Wageningen University & Research, thinks the Dutch should be happier with their agricultural sector.
In recent months, together with de nieuwe draai and commissioned by Alfa-college and construction company BAM, we have been working on Energiehub050 — a temporary practice centre in Groningen that trains students to work with the latest sustainable technology.
How do we ensure that buildings, spaces and facilities better meet the personal needs of the people who use them?
Work is one of the most invested areas of development for metaverse applications. Major companies are working to develop their own virtual workspaces, making the future of work increasingly digitally immersive.
Building replicas in the metaverse opens up a whole new world for cities. What are the new opportunities we can expect from the rise of Web3?
The book The Ideal City by SPACE10 takes us on a journey of human creativity. Various examples from around the world paint a picture of the optimistic city of the future and how to get there.
A bakery with home-grown yeast, a coffee shop that serves lunch made with regional ingredients, an organic farm that grows and collects their own seeds for harvest, and a 100% self-sufficient brewery. We trace the fruits of Ogawamachi's local production and consumption to explore the future possibilities of trans-locality.
Cyclists are increasingly dominating the streets in Paris. To everyone's surprise, the French capital has changed in a few years from a car city to a bicycle city. But how did this happen?